Building Twenty-One Reopens Skatepark, supplying opportunities for teens

By Ben Stram
The Mason Times

Almost a year ago an old run-down skate church and bike church were taken over by Building Twenty-One and the transformation impacted many. With help from professional BMX rider Cory Wiergowski, renovations advanced and word spread. That transformation was completed when the Mason Area Chamber of Commerce Ambassadors cut the ribbon Wednesday, Oct. 14, officially reopening the indoor skate park for students ages 8 and up. One of the more popular activities the park offer is the free drop-in for seventh to twelfth grade students after school on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday between 2:30 and 6 p.m.
The ramps are open for skateboarders in seventh grade and above 5-9 p.m. Tuesdays.